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The underlying connection was closed: The server committed an HTTP

I working on a batch process that goes to different url's and grabs their
source code.

I have used both the WebRequest and WebClient form of doing this and both
work on consistently work on certain servers and both consistently bomb out
on certain servers. I have read that this is because the WebClient uses the
WebRequest object to do it's work.

At any rate, I at first that this exception was thrown because the page that
I was failing to pull from did not have
<html><head></head><body></body></html> tags in it. It is just a form with

Take a look for yourself

However, I tested this hypothesis by taking that page and putting it on one
of our own servers and then trying pull from it. I was able to pull from it

My hunch is that there is something wrong with the server that I am trying
to pull from and I was wondering what that may be. Does anyone know how the
server would contribute to this error? What do I need to tell the company
that owns the server?

Thanks in advance!!
Jul 21 '05 #1
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